Archive for November, 2011

Recognizing Being In The Flow

Posted in Thinking Patterns on November 20th, 2011 by Sandy – Be the first to comment

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I just returned from a trip to California and was reflecting on the nature of being in the flow. This for me has been the idea that my urges, when acted upon without a motive, are ways to connect with helpful forces, the ones I cannot see, but know are there. Many times what I used to think of as lucky breaks, I now consider the conscious efforts of invisible partners. What do I mean? read more »

Into The White Hole

Posted in Discoveries, Health, Thinking Patterns on November 7th, 2011 by Sandy – 1 Comment

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We have much more control over the nature of our lives than we might think if we employ the right decision making tactics in the beginning of major undertakings in life.

Part of being on a non-linear adventure is that you never know what will show up to influence you. I ran across this article called Viewpoint by Scott Adams of Dilbert fame. He says, ” You are what you learn. If all you know is how to be a gang member that’s what you will be.,  at least until you learn something else. If you go to law school you’ll see the world as competition. If you study engineering, you’ll see the world as a complicated machine that needs tweaking.  His point is that we can make decisions about where we want to apply our minds and like a key that unlocks a portal into that world. As you venture deeper into the world of your chosen experiences you will be enveloped in the nature of those worlds.

I don’t think that many of us think about it that way, but it does seem to be the reality.  So what’s the take away? read more »

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